What's On in Willoughby

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Wednesday 20 November

YARN Up

The AHO will be holding their final Yarn Up for 2019 Wednesday November 20th 2019 Dee Why Council Chambers Arrive 6.30  Light refreshments provided Bookings and enquiries: aho@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au   Jakelin Troy is a Ngarigu woman from the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, and Director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research at The University of Sydney. She is the author of The Sydney Language. Her lively talk will inform you about local Aboriginal languages and the importance of keeping languages alive. Bookings are now closed. If you wish to go on a wait list please contact us. Use the link to download or print Flyer Yarn Up Flyer Jakelin Troy 20 November 2019
Dee Why Council Chambers aho@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au
Monday 25 November

AHO Visits Glenaeon Middle Cove

The AHO will be taking Year 4 from Glenaeon School Middle Cove on a Guided Walk to learn about Aboriginal Heritage & Culture  
Glenaeon Not Open to the Public
Thursday 11 June

AHO Conducts Aboriginal Cultural Bushwalk

The AHO will be conducting a guided walk for Willoughby Council at Harold Reid Reserve, Middle Cove Bookings Essential
Harold Reid Reserve Contact Emma Hayes Willoughby Council